Intellectual Property Category

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Copyright Victory Gives Google Library Proj...

Nov 04, 2015No Comments781 Views

Introducing the Google Library Google, Inc. can finally move forward with its digital book project, the Google Library, which allows users to search and preview

Ninth Circuit: DMCA Takedown Notice Requires Fair Use Analysis

Ninth Circuit: DMCA Takedown Notice Require...

Oct 06, 2015No Comments879 Views

For copyright holders, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s (DMCA) takedown procedures provide a relatively quick and easy way to address online copyright infringement. However, according

E-Filing and Trade Secrets: A Dangerous Combination?

E-Filing and Trade Secrets: A Dangerous Com...

Oct 05, 2015No Comments1524 Views

The key to maintaining a trade secret is keeping the information confidential. So what happens when documents containing trade secrets are inadvertently uploaded to a

Could Your Business Fall Victim to a Trademark Scam?

Could Your Business Fall Victim to a Tradem...

Sep 25, 2015No Comments930 Views

New York and New Jersey businesses are increasingly being targeted by the ever-present threat that is the trademark scam. With that said, it is imperative

Would you pay to deter someone from creating a website called “[yourcompany].sucks?” The company selling the new internet domain name is hoping that the answer is yes for the owners of many well-known brands.

New Internet Domain Suffix Ready For Busine...

Apr 15, 2015No Comments2438 Views

Would you pay to deter someone from creating a website called “[yourcompany].sucks?” The company selling the new internet domain name is hoping that the answer

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament aka March Madness is right around the corner.

Here’s How To Avoid March Madness Tra...

Mar 23, 2015No Comments1502 Views

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament aka March Madness always creates a nation wide stir. While it may be tempting to incorporate the frenzy surrounding the

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SIMFA Releases Cybersecurity Principles for...

Nov 04, 2014No Comments1823 Views

Improving cybersecurity remains a top priority for the financial services industry, which has been one of the hardest hit by data breaches in recent years.

Will NJ Be Latest State to Combat Patent Tr...

Oct 22, 2014No Comments1022 Views

New Jersey is the latest state to contemplate legislation to combat patent trolls, more neutrally referred to as non-practicing entities (NPEs). Critics use the term

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SEC: Social Media Is Not Your Friend When I...

Sep 29, 2014No Comments2255 Views

Social media is useful for keeping in touch with friends, staying up-to-date with current news, and even marketing your business. But you shouldn’t rely on

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Protecting Intellectual Property on the Glo...

Sep 05, 2014No Comments1055 Views

In today’s global economy, it is imperative for businesses of all sizes to have an international intellectual property (IP) strategy. Failing to safeguard your valuable